Valorant gamers excitedly await the favored FPS’ patch days as Riot is famend for introducing new content material and tweaks to Brokers throughout this era. The upcoming patch 5.03 is nearly right here and is about to carry a slew of modifications that may impression gameplay. One in all them found by a identified dataminer is that the patch provides PS4 and Xbox One controller icons to the sport recordsdata.
5.03 added a bunch of icons for the PS4 (left) and Xbox One (proper) controllers.
Turtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ:HEAR) Q2 Earnings Conference Call August 8, 2022 5:00 PM ET Company Participants Alex Thompson – IR Juergen Stark – Chairman and CEO John Hanson – CFO Conference Call Participants Mark Argento – Lake Street Capital Markets Jack Vander Aarde – Maxim Group Franco Granda – D.A. Davidson Operator Welcome to the Turtle Beach Second Quarter 2022 Conference Call. My name is Abigel and I will be your operator for today’s call. At this time all participants are in a listen-only mode.
With a history that dates back to 1981, Donkey Kong is one of the oldest names in gaming. From his earliest battles against Mario at the top of a construction site to his most recent adventures, there is no lack of Donkey Kong titles to choose from. If you’re looking for the best games with Nintendo’s favorite ape, here are our choices for the best Donkey Kong games of all time. What are the best Donkey Kong games? As one of Nintendo’s original intellectual properties, pre-dating even the Super Mario Brothers series, Donkey Kong has featured in dozens of titles over the years.
Square Enix’s latest financial report is a textbook example of ‘good news, bad news’ for players. The bad news is that the studio had a poor quarter, losing 16% of the financial ground gained from the same period last year. A big part of that drop was the underperformance of HD game sales.
The good news? Final Fantasy XIV continues to be a solid performer and actually improved in its subscriber count year-over-year. Along with Dragon Quest X and Final Fantasy XI, the MMO side of the company went up a few billion yen this quarter.
Published: 13:11, 04 August 2022 The Ascent Cyber Heist DLC brings new weapons, locations, main and side missions for £7.99/€9.99/$9.99
Neon Giant’s isometric action RPG The Ascent is getting a new DLC named Cyber Heist, publisher Curve Digital announced today. Cyber Heist is the game’s first major DLC with plenty of fresh content including new story missions, weapons and locations among other things. The Ascent: Cyber Heist’s story is set after the base game’s main story and will be accessible to those who completed the campaign.
Each week Sony brings PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PlayStation VR, and PlayStation Plus owners new content, add-ons, games, and more. Here is the complete global PlayStation Store update. PlayStation LifeStyle catalogs the PlayStation Store updates for the major regions across the globe. Check back every Tuesday to keep up to date with each week’s PlayStation Store Update.North American UpdateJuly’s PlayStation Plus Essential LineupPS4 & PS5 GamesAlmost My Floor $9.99Almost My Floor PS5 $9.99Arcade Archives THUNDER CEPTOR $7.
2020’s Destroy All Humans! remake was a very faithful remake of its 2005 PS2 namesake, so it’s not surprising that Black Forest Games is going to stick to the script with upcoming remake sequel Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed as well. That, of course, means that it’ll be bringing over all of the biggest features of the original title- which includes co-op. 2020’s remake had no multiplayer support whatsoever, because, of course, the game it was based on didn’t. The original Destroy All Humans! 2, however, did feature support for co-op, which means it’s upcoming remake will as well.
Odds are a lot of you reading this probably didn’t expect much, if anything, from the announced Nintendo Direct to be among the biggest stories of the week. Turns out there was actually a lot to be excited about, from Mario + Rabbids, to the curious case of the missing Ms. Pac-Man. Elsewhere this week, Amazon has made some big casting decisions for its Fallout show, and we might have John Cena to thank for Metroid Dread. More on that and much more in this week’s gaming news round-up. Mario + Rabbids 2 Launching This October
Since the Nintendo Direct was bigger and better than most of us expected, that seems like the best place to start.
Sega’s head of film and TV, and lead producer of the Sonic movies, Toru Nakahara, recently stated that the company is currently exploring live-action film and TV projects for Atlus’s various IPs, as reported by IGN. Nakahara spoke generally about their various franchises, but specified that ‘Stories like those from the Persona franchise really resonate with our fans and we see an opportunity to expand the lore like no one has seen — or played — before.’Atlus, a subsidiary of Sega, is the acclaimed Japanese development studio behind franchises such as Catherine, Shin Megami Tensei, and most notably, Persona.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time for another Dealmaster. Our latest roundup of the best tech deals from around the web includes the Google Chromecast back down to $40 at various retailers. While we’ve seen this deal a handful of times this year, it’s still $10 off Google’s MSRP, making it another solid opportunity to save on what we consider the best 4K streaming stick for most people.
Compared to competing devices from Amazon and Roku, we still find the Chromecast’s interface to do a cleaner job of organizing and proactively recommending content you might want to watch.